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Research Profile

Mr Ali

Associate Lecturer (Engineering)

Faculty of Arts, Science and Technology

  • Ali Hassan graduated from the University of Northampton in 2011 with a BSc in Engineering. He also holds a masters degree, in Mechatronics Systems from Kingston University, London. Currently, he is undertaking his PhD at the University of Northampton, since 2012. He is also an associate lecturer at the University. 

    During his BSc he worked for Festo Ltd and Cosworth Ltd as a placement student for 12 months. His research activity is focused in the area of active damping control of machine induced vibrations, namely Free Piston Stirling engine with linear alternator in collaboration with Microgen Engine Corporation (MEC). MEC has already put forward a patent application for the proposed concept with Ali’s name as an inventor. 

    Education and Qualifications 

    • 2011: BSc Engineering , The University of Northampton 
    • 2012: MSc Mechatronics Systems, Kingston University 
    • 2015: PhD Engineering, The University of Northampton 
  • Teaching and Assisting

    • ENG1005 Electrical and Electronics principles (14/15)
    • ENG1047 Analytical methods for technology (14/15)
    • ENG2004 Electronics and control (12/13)
    • ENG2001 Advanced Engineering principles (13/14 & 14/15)
    • ENG2020 Computer Aided Design (12/13)
    • ENG1018 Control Systems (12/13)
    • ENG2017 Analogue electronics and applications (12/13)
    • Modeling the dynamics of systems
    • Modeling of active and semi-active damping control of machine-borne vibration
    • Effect and Remedy of time delays on the stability of active vibration damping control design